Subject: Re: [boost] Using both boost 64 and 32 bit on Windows with CMake
From: Klaim - JoÃ«l Lamotte (mjklaim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-16 11:42:28
On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 2:45 PM, Mathias Gaunard <
> The Boost naming scheme does not encode 32/64 bit, nor does the build
> system build both for you.
> There is nothing FindBoost can do.
That's exactly what I am saying.
> Just put 32-bit and 64-bit variants in different directories, and
> configure your build to use the right directory for your build.
That's what I am doing but I am not satisfied with having to re-define the
BOOST_LIBRARYDIR each time I have to configure
a cmake project, which I do a lot when working with CMake because I need to
make sure the CMake scripts works when
generating from scratch.
I'm also not satisfied to have co-workers spending time on setting up a
build system just to start working on my project,
which is why I put a lot of effort into minimizing the time to start
working on actual code.
> If you read the link you would know I'm talking about the CMake help
>> documentation which don't describe BOOST_LIBRARYDIR at all.
>> When you're using CMake to configure your libraries, that's where you
>> I filed a ticket for this.
> The documentation of a find module is whatever is written at the beginning
> of the file in question.
The HELP documentation is whatever is written when you use "cmake
--help-module <module-name>" and once again that variable is not
documented in the "cmake --help-module FindBoost" command.
Not everybody like to have to dive in the source files of their tools to
understand them, or have time to do so.
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